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MPS 601 Series • Setup Guide
This guide provides basic instructions for an experienced technician to install, set up, and operate the Extron Media Presentation
Switcher, MPS 601. Installation and service must be performed by authorized personnel only. For additional information and
specifications, see the MPS 601 product page at www.extron.com.
Step 1 — Mount the MPS 601
The MPS 601 is housed in a half rack width, 6 inch deep, 1U high metal enclosure that can sit on a table with the provided rubber
feet or can be rack mounted. Select a suitable mounting location, then choose an appropriate mounting option.
Step 2 — Cable the Switcher
a
MPS 601
POWER
12V
0.5 A MAX
b
c
d
INPUTS
1
A
3
g
f
e
OUTPUT
5
HDMI
RGBHV
C G T
1
C G T
3
C G T
5
CONTACT IN / TALLY OUT
2
4
HDMI
6
HDMI
B
+V
REMOTE
2
4
6
RS-232
C G T
C G T
C G T
Tx Rx G
h
Figure 1. MPS 601 Rear Panel
Power and Input Connections
Output Connection
aDC power connector — Connect the
eHDMI video output — One female fContact In/Tally Out —Six 3.5 mm,
provided 12 VDC power supply.
HDMI connector
bTwo analog 15-pin HD (RGBHV)
connectors (numbered 1 and 2).
cTwo female 3.5 mm TRS connectors
(letter A and B on the rear panel)
corresponding to the two RGBHV
video inputs.
dFour HDMI connectors for HDMI
Control Connections
3-pole captive screw connectors for
input switching and tally indication
using Extron Show Me cables.
g+V Port — 3-pole 3.5 mm captive
screw connector for +V output.
hRemote — 3-pole, 3.5 mm captive
screw RS-232 connector.
compliant audio and video input
(numbered 3, 4, 5 and 6).
Connect Inputs
1. RGBHV video inputs — Connect analog video sources to the HD connectors (see figure 1,
signals.
b). The connectors accept VGA
NOTE: The MPS 601 digitizes the RGBHV inputs. It does not scale or convert video to a different resolution. The
output signal resolution is the same as the input resolution.
2. Analog audio inputs — By default, audio input A is tied to RGBHV input 1 and audio input B is tied to RGBHV input 2 (see
figure 1, c). Analog audio is digitized for HDMI output.
3. HDMI video inputs — Connect digital HDMI sources to these inputs using standard HDMI cables (see figure 1,
d).
Connect Output
HDMI video output — Connect an HDMI display device using a standard HDMI cable (see figure 1, e).
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MPS 601 • Setup Guide (Continued)
Connect Control Devices
NOTE:
Do not tin the leads. Tinned wires are not as secure in the connector and could be pulled out.
1. Contact In/Tally Out —When a connected contact is grounded, the corresponding input is selected (see figure 1,
same time, the tally output closes causing the Show Me cable LED indicator to light.
f). At the
NOTE:
• For “Show Me” cables, the ground pin is optional.
• Do not connect “Show Me” cables to the +V pin of the +V Port (see below).
The six contacts are mutually exclusive so that only one input can be selected at at time.
C G T
Do not tin
the wires!
Contact (NO)
Ground (G)
Tally (NO)
Figure 2. Contact In and Tally Out Connector Wiring
•
Contact (C) – Momentary closure of this pin to ground selects the corresponding number input. Selection is triggered at
the closure (grounding) of the pin, not the opening.
•
Ground (G) – Ground pin.
•
Tally output (C) – Controls the LEDs on the contact closure push button. When an input is selected, the tally LED for that
input is active.
3. +V Port — All three pins constantly output +5 VDC, 200 mA total (shared between pins). The +V pins can provide power to
illuminate external tally LEDs (see figure 1, g).
Do not tin
the wires!
+V
+V
+V
Figure 3. +V Connector Wiring
4. Remote RS-232 — Serial port for connection of a host computer or controller using Simple Instruction Set (SIS™) or
Windows‑based control software commands (see figure 1, h). The default protocol is 9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, and
no parity.
An IP Link® driver allows Extron IPL and MediaLink® devices to control the MPS 601 from the RS‑232 remote connector.
Tx Rx
RS-232
Device
Do not tin
the wires!
Transmit (Tx)
Receive (Rx)
Ground ( _ )
Bidirectional
Transmit (Tx)
Receive (Rx)
Ground ( _ )
Figure 4. RS-232 Connector Wiring
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Connect Power
Connect the provided 12 VDC power supply to the rear panel captive screw connector (see figure 1, a). and plug the AC power
cord into 100‑240 VAC, at 50‑60 Hz.
ATTENTION:
• Always use a power supply provided by or specified by Extron. Use
DC Power Cord
Captive Screw
Connector
of an unauthorized power supply voids all regulatory compliance
certification and may cause damage to the supply and the end
product.
• Unless otherwise stated, the AC/DC adapters are not suitable for
3/16"
(5 mm) Max.
use in air handling spaces or in wall cavities. The power supply is
to be located within the same vicinity as the Extron AV processing
equipment in an ordinary location, Pollution Degree 2, secured to the
equipment rack within the dedicated closet, podium, or desk.
Ground
+12 VDC
• The installation must always be in accordance with the applicable
AC Power Cord
provisions of National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70, article 75 and
the Canadian Electrical Code part 1, section 16. The power supply
shall not be permanently fixed to building structure or similar structure.
External
Power Supply
(12 VDC, 1 A )
Figure 5. Power Supply Wiring
Configuring the MPS 601
The MPS 601 can be configured using a connected PC and the Extron Product Configuration Software or using SIS commands.
To configure the MPS 601 using the Product Configuration Software, install the software (available on the Extron website,
www.extron.com) on a PC connected to the MPS 601 by the rear panel remote (RS‑232) port (see figure 1, h), or front panel
USB Config port (see figure 6, b). After the installation, start the program. See the MPS 601 User Guide and the Product
Configuration Software Help File for additional information.
To configure the MPS 601 using SIS commands, see the MPS 601 User Guide.
a b
c
INPUTS
AUTO
SWITCH
1
2
3
e f g
d
4
CONFIG
INPUTS
5
6
OUTPUT
SIGNAL
1
2
3
4
5
6
HDCP
MPS 601
MEDIA PRESENTATION SWITCHER
Figure 6. MPS 601 Front Panel
Setup and Operation
a Power on all connected devices, then apply power to the MPS 601. The Auto Switch LED lights when auto-input switching is
active.
b One mini type-B female USB Config port connects to a host computer for configuring the switcher and upgrading firmware.
c Input switching. The input group has six buttons with associated green LEDs. Press an input button to switch the input to the
HDMI output. The associated LED lights. Only one of the six inputs can be selected at a time.
d Input signal LEDs. Six green LEDs indicate:
•
The LEDs for RGBHV inputs 1 and 2 light when horizontal sync is detected on the input.
•
The LEDs for HDMI inputs 3 to 6 light when TMDS clock activity is detected on the input.
NOTE: If a connected HDMI source is HDCP encrypted, the associated input signal LED does not light until HDCP is
authenticated.
3
e Output signal LED. This LED lights when the HDMI output is connected to a display or sink device.
f HDCP input signal LEDs (inputs 3, 4, 5, and 6). These LEDs light for the associated HDMI input when the connected source is
HDCP encrypted.
g HDCP output LED. This LED lights when the currently selected input source requires HDCP and the connected output device
(sink) is authenticated.
The MPS 601 can be connected to as many as six input devices. Any of the six inputs (2 RGBHV, 4 HDMI) can be routed to the
HDMI output.
NOTE: The MPS 601 does not scale or convert video. However, it does convert an analog RGB/VGA input (see figure 1, b)
to digital for digital output. The output signal resolution is the same as the input resolution.
Executive mode
Executive mode, when enabled, provides security from an accidental or unauthorized
front panel button press by locking out the input switching buttons.
The RS-232 and USB ports are always accessible regardless of the executive mode
state.
To enable or disable executive mode:
•
Press and hold input 1 and input 2 for 3 seconds to toggle executive mode on or
off.
•
The front panel LEDs flash twice to indicate that executive mode is enabled or
disabled.
All LEDs flash twice if a button is pressed while executive mode is enabled.
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Laptop with VGA Output
HDMI
Audio
Extron
MPS 601
HDMI
Media Presentation
Switcher
RGBHV
MPS 601
POWER
12V
0.5A MAX
INPUTS
1
A
3
5
OUTPUT
HDMI
C G T
1
RGBHV
C G T
3
C G T
5
CONTACT IN / TALLY OUT
2
4
6
HDMI
HDMI
B
+V
REMOTE
2
4
6
RS-232
C G T
C G T
C G T
Tx Rx G
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HDMI
RGBHV
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IPL 250
RS-232
Audio
Laptop with
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Blu-ray Player
STANDBY/ON
PQLS
HDMI
OPEN/CLOSE
FL OFF
IP Link Control
Processor
COM1
RTS CTS
Tx Rx
POWER
12V
500mA
MAX
HDMI
COM 2
Tx Rx
1
IR
2
RELAY
1
2
S G S G
LAN
1
INPUT
2 3 4
COM 3
Tx Rx
3
IR
4
RELAY
3
4
S G S G
USB
Ethernet
Figure 7. MPS 601 Application Diagram
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